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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 19, 1933 Academy Keeps Clean Slate; Corpus Christ! Bows, 6 to 0 HOLY FAMILY OF MASON CITY ON SUNDAYPROGRAM Kohlhaas, Kelly, Hanson, Shine; Fort Dodge Attack Stopped Cold St. Cecelia's academy kept its season's grid record clean, Sunday afternoon, by outplaying the corpus Chris- tt team of Fort Dodge, and winning, 9 to 0. Coach Art Nordstrum's men have won two games and tied one to date. Their next opponent will be Holy Pamlly of Mason City. The Mason City boys are expected to be the toughest opposition of the season thus far, as they defeated Waterloo academy • to 0, Sunday. They also blanked Charles City academy, 6 to 0, which ahould Indicate that the two teams are evenly matched, as the locals defeated Charles City. 12 to 6. Kohlhaas, one of the new guards on the St. Cecelia team this year, played a smashing game In the line and was one of the main reasons that the Fort Dodge running attack failed to work. His team mates, Hansen, Kelly, Bode and Llchter in the backneld, ran the Corpus Christ! ends ragged, and pushed over their touchdown in the first quarter. Kelly plunged over right guard from the 'five yard line after the end runs had worked the ball into scoring position. The academy eleven held the upper band throughout the contest. Only •nee did Fort Dodge have a real scoring opportunity, and Kelly saved the «iay there. A Fort Dodge back broke loose and returned a klckoff to the 30-yard line, where Kelly overtook him from behind and saved a score. Delm suffered an Injury to his nose •luring the melee, but Is expected to be in condition to'take his place at right end against the Mason City eleven. The game ended last Sunday with the ball In St. Cecelia's possession on the Corpus Christl one-yard line. The lineup at the start of the game Included Bestenlehner, Seipman, Mat- cm, Behlmer, Kohlhaas, Patterson and Delm in the line, and Kelly, Bode, Uchter and Hansen in the backfleld. THINGS THAT NEVEP HAPPEN •f SAY JACK. 00 YOU REMEMBER ABOUT THREE YEARS A60 , BORROWED. FIVE DOLLARS FROM YOU? ,. o«) WELL IM <SOIN6 TO PAYjn J 0 NT TO YOU NOW — -" WHITTEMORE NEWS What Yon Will Die Of! Science Now Able to Make a Fairly Accurate Guess of How Long Yon Will Live and What Disease You Will Die of. See The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. "Insure In Sure Insurance" Phone 125. (Crowded Out Last Week) Mrs. Harry Oodden of Algona visited friends here Saturday. Ralph Bartlett attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo last week. County Auditor E. J. Butler of Algona was a business caller here Friday. Paul Dahlhauser started work Monday morning In the machine shops in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Weir and family of Algona visited Sunday at the M. C. Weir home. Martin Duffy, Sr,, and Elmo Barber spent a couple of days In Sioux City the past week. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and daughter, Evelyn spent last Thursday at the Tim O'Brien home. Father Hyland.andPat Murphy went to Chicago Wednesday to attend the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Rousseau of Rochester, Minnesota, visited at the Mike Besch and John Mosbach home. Mrs. Bernard O'Brien and children are spending a few days at the Peter Mathies home at Bancroft. Frank and Joe Eisele, J. P. Bisenius and Frank Kollasch visited Albert Eisele at Blue -Earth Sunday. Dr. Mueller of Dyersville, opened an office in Fenton. Dr. Mueller is a graduate of the University of Iowa. William Gengler went to Iowa City Tuesday where he went through the clinic and he •returned home Friday. zabeth Frank's home to the ' Harve Dailey residence in the south part of town. Mrs. Leo Swanson attended a luncheon at the Methodist church in Algona for the benefit of the Home Missionary society. Mary Elizabeth Elbert, student nurse at Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Eibert. Mrs. Herman Bloss and son, Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Anderson were in Fort Dodge Saturday consulting an eye specialist. Godfrey, Leonard and Agnes Loebach and Paul Dahlhauser and Luella Elbert spent Sunday at Gilmore City with Tony Wichter. Lucille and Hubert O'Brien, Sylvia Thilges went to Oakdale Friday where CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ». J. Harrington JJO- HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk. ALaONA, IOWA 3. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUABTON H. W. MtttEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA J W Sullivan (dec'd) S. B. McMahon L. B. Llnnan SULLIVAN. McMAHON * UNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA. B. I. VAN NESS A O. W. STUAMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona. Iowa. Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly * BHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Algona, Iowa. phone 68. L. A. WINKEI, ATTORNEY AT LAW E. O. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Qulnby & Krause Bldg. AJgona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WH1TB Attorney at Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 460-J »«• Algona, low*. A. Hutchison T. 0. Hutchison HUTCHISON * HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bldg. Phone 201 ^ CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law Over Postofflce Phone 65 they visited Mary Alma O'Brien and also friends In Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhn of Yakima, Washington, are spending a month visiting relatives here and at Algona. Mrs. Kuhn was Margaret Hlgglns before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Simes and son, James of Canton, south Dakota, visited at the Wm. Hlgglns home Sunday. From here they visited relatives at Esthervllle. Mrs. Mike Besch returned home from Rochester Saturday after spending a month in the hospital. Her friends are glad to see her looking so well and so much improved. Mrs. C. E. Woodward of Spokane, Washington, arrived for a visit at the home of her son, Dr. H. E. Woodward. It has been ten years since Mrs. Woodward visited here. Mrs. T. J. Flynn and son, Maurice of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hefly of Rapid City, South Dakota, visited Friday at the J. S. Cullen home. The Heflys lived here at one time. Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel and family, Mrs. Jas. Butler and son, Joseph took Bernadette Reilly home to Litchfleld, Minn., Friday. Miss Reilly has spent the past six months here. Mrs. Tom Carmody and George, Mrs. J. M. Fleming, Marguerite, Joan, and Robert, Irene McDonell visited the Presentation Sisters at Daugherty Sunday. They also visited James Fleming at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy received word Tuesday morning of the arrival of twin boys born to Mr. and Mrs. A] Montag of West Bend. Mrs. Montag was formerly Agnes Duffy. This is the second set of twins in the Montag family .within two •. months, , Mr. and Mrs Sam Montag have twins, a boy and a girl, about two months old. GOOD HOPE NEWS PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rexall drug store. Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA, IOWA. C. H. CKETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathlo Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688. Algona, Iowa. P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 368; Office 666. MELVIN G. BOURNE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 197 Res. 911 B. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt's drug store Office Phone 306; Res. 312. Specialties—Obstretrics and Electrotherapy, viz., diathermy, infra red, Radiant Light and Ultra Violet. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Ohristensen Store. Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DB. O, D. SCHAAP. DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone W Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office WO West State Street. Office Phone 475-W Reo. 470-R Algona, Iowa. I* W. MBBBITT MorUelu * Funeral Director Phone No U Algen*, low* Mrs. Wm. Turner is visiting at the Erwln Turner home. The Will Raths were dinner guests at the Chris Shaser home Sunday. Miss Florence Black was a caller at the Hugh McMahon home Saturday. Florence Dodds was a guest over the week end at the Henry Engstrom home. Miss Alice Duffy, of Algona, spent the week end with her friend, Leona McMahon. "Dick" Hawcott of Burt was a Sunday afternoon caller at the Good Hope parsonage. The James Knolls were over Sunday guests of the Max Schroeppei family at Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rutledge are moving into the Peter Martin house opposite the Erwln Turners. Mrs. Nancy Scott of Boone is here 'or an extended stay at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Gustafson. The Revs. J. E. Clifton and A. H. Wood families were dinner guests at the Walter Klamp home Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were at Emmetsburg and Whittemore Tuesday afternoon and evening on personal and church business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broesder and son, William, and Miss Edna Walker were guests Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mary Hildebrandt at George, Iowa, Mrs. W. I. Dodds spent several days last week at the Claude Seeley home. She with her husband and son, James and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McArthur and son, Durwood, were dinner guests of the Seeleys on Sunday. W. I. Dodds and "Coonie" Heerdt, and Wm, Dodds and Arnold Hlntz visited the Dairy Congress at Waterloo on last Wednesday and Thursday respectively. They came home enthusiastic over the fair and the character of the crowd present. The flrst P. T. A. meeting of the school year in Dlst. No. 6 was held at the D. O. Gardner home last Friday evening. There was a 100 per cent attendance of patrons and pupils. The group enjoyed a program presented by the pupils. The next meeting will be held at the Wm. Rath home Friday, Nov. 3. The Rev. O. B. Mitchells of Armstrong and the J. E. Cliftons of Burt, who are exchanging appointments this new conference year, are moving into their respective homes Tuesday. They are being assisted inthe matter of transportation of their goods by James Knoll of Good Hope and Will Schram of Titonka. Mrs. J. H. Graham of Burt, her sister, Mrs. Roscoe Illff and Wesley Schaub, the latter two of Webster City were dinner guests at the Good Hope parsonage Wednesday. Mr. Schaub was conductor of that famous 4-H club band which was so popular at the national gathering of the club at Chicago this summer. The flrst of a series of birthday parties to be staged through the year by the L. A. 8. was held at the community room Wednesday afternoon. Forty SCHOOL NOTES by the High School Scribes 6-Week Tests Over Six weeks' tests are over at last and many a book has been closed only to i>e opened for more frantic studying when the next test time comes around. [t seems very queer but when one comes ,0 take a test one suddenly flnds out :hat he didn't know as much as he thought he did and there is & sudden empty feeling In many a stomach when confronted by a long list of mimeographed questions about things one can't think of ever having heard of before. School Paper Ont Reports from the Algonquin, the high school's new paper, which has replaced ast year's Newsmonger show that there has been a decided increase over last year's subscriptions. Tennis Tourney The tennis tournament which the O. A. A. girls have been conducting for ;he past few weeks will end the latter part of the week with a flnal tour- lament to decide the championship of he school. The girls who are at the op of the ladder now ha their respective classes are Dorothy DeMott, sophomore, and Helalne Ostrum, junior. Ho—The Tables Turn All of the pupils in the high school are anxiously waiting for the end of Hie week, for Friday will bring the flrst holiday of ,the school year and the tables will be turned for once and the teachers all have to attend the Teachers' Institute and learn something for themselves. What is it about a holiday that brings such a sudden rise in spirits? Tumbling Underway Miss Morris has a class of fifty girls out for tumbling. The girls say that it Is no snap and seem to think that they get as good work out as the boys out for football. First Grade Band Miss Godfrey's flrst grade pupils plan to start a toy band in the near future. I wonder If It will compare with Joe Bloom's Little German Band, Band Makes Debut The high school band, under the direction of Mr. Collins, made its debut at Esthervllle at the Esthervllle- Algona game and U Is remarked that they did excellent work and made a striking appearance with their red and black outfits and the new outlay of drums. What Does Bob Think About It is said that Bob Richardson has his mind on something or someone besides his typing while in typing class. Bryant English Club Formed The two six B English classes at Bryant have organized English clubs, which meet every Friday. The rules of parliamentary law are carried out as nearly as they can be. Ask "Slick" Ask "Slick" Mathes what happened last Friday night at Sorensen's drug store. Worried Bill Hilton Is a bit worried over his defeat at Esthervllle in more ways than one. Ask him about it. ALGONA HIGH CHANCES AT MASON CITY APPEAR DIM: TRAVEL THERE FRIDAY Team Outweighed But Grim in Determination to Give Battle A sort of get-together assembly program was held in the high school auditorium last Friday in place of the regular pep meeting. A duet was played by Max Miller on the flute and Donald Parsons on the clarinet with Evelyn Smith on the piano. After this the school body as a whole sang Old Black Joe and O Susanna, and although many different varieties of pitches were represented the effect was better than expected. The high school football team, heartened by a week of rest after the strenuous Esthervllle (tame, and also by the fact that both Bruns and Spencer have been reinstated on the squad, was preparing this week for one of Its toughest assignments, the trip to Mason City next Friday night to play the strong Mason City high school eleven under the lights at the Mason City stadium, Those who watched the pony Algona team of last season try in vain to stem the Mason City tide, and who are aware that the Mason City team is undefeated this year, and has a veteran crew back, cannot help but feel pessimistic as to the outcome. It Is no bear story to say that a three touch down margin must be conceded. But, even with the odds against them, the Bullodgs are going to give a much better account of themselves than they did last season. The blocking will be better, the men will be more experienced, and if some of the ewcomers will hold up their positions, le game may not be a rout. Coach Mercer may stress passing this 'eek, and resort to the air for an at- empt to score points. His line will e outweighed, as well as his backfleld, and he must rely on speed to make up or that defliclency, or an open game. A considerable crowd of followers are xpected to Journey to Mason City for he contest, according to all reports. Raymond Kollasch of Bancroft recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chrtstensen and rons returned to tihelr home in Britton, south Dakota, Wednesday after visiting with friends and relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders and son, Jackie Bruce, were at Rlngsted Sunday where they attended a party at the J. D. Pederson home in honor ot Mrs. Saunders' birthday. A farewell party was held for Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Jacobson Friday evening and another was held at the Mlllen Jensen home Saturday evening. The Jacobsons are moving to Bricelyn, Minnesota. Mrs. Lewis Larson and son, Einar left for Chicago Sunday evening where Elnar is engaged by the Union Tank; Car Co. He had been at home visit- Ing the past week and his mother, Mrs. Larson, will attend the world's Fair. A group of young people enjoyed themselves at the F. E. Jensen home Tuesday evening. Attending were: Ruth Kueck, Francis McGregor, Ber-. nard and Maurice Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy, Nick Doocy, Leona, Leo, Lorraine and Ann Lampe of Bancroft. Dancing was enjoyed by one and alt %®«Q®iXe(KlSX^^ SENECA NEWS members and guests were present and spent a lively afternoon In games, treasure hunt, and other recreations. Mesdames Agnes Turner of Algona, Libby Treptow, Bena Broesder, Anna Dodds, Cora Reid and Myrtle Rutledge were the hostesses. Mrs. Gertrude Saatoff, of Burt, assisted with the games. There was a splendid turnout for the L. A. S. rally services last Sunday, 27 out of 39 members being present at Good Hope and fifty per cent of those at Whittemore. Reports were made by the presidents covering the work of last year and plans for the new year. A change of dates of other rally services of the month will place that for 100 per cent attendance- of church members on next Sunday, Oct. 15 and for the Sunday School,* Oct. 22. Let all members put especial emphasis on, being present next Sunday. There is no rule against bringing a guest. The service will be of profit. LONE ROCK NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) Charles Zoller of Lakota spent the week end at the Frederick Schultz home. Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a county farm bureau meeting at Bancroft on Monday. The Ladles' MSte society will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Hawks moved into the back room over the G. A. Sharp store Monday. Fenton high school baseball team defeated Lone Rock on the local diamond Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. N. Osher of Graettlnger is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family. The regular Wednesday evening Bible study was held at the Eugene Hofius home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Genrich and son, Bernard and daughter, Lucille, spent the week end at the F. L. Hauck home. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rouse of Ayr- sMre were Sunday dinner guests at the parental William Krause home. Mrs. Roy Jensen, a Legion Auxiliary member, attended a school of instruction at Swea City last Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt returned home Sunday from Mason City after spending the past two weeks there. Mrs. P. M. Christensen and Alma Madison drove to Des Moines Sunday to see Mrs. Chrlstensens' daughter, Ma- ileta. Mr. and Mrs. William Hillman of Welcome, Minn., were Sunday callers at the Fred Genrich and Richard Potratz homes. Mrs. John Rath and son, Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rath were Sunday dinner guests at the Cjirls Shaser home. A group of the Ladies Mite society will sponsor a luncheon and a quilt show at the local church Wednesday, October 18th. The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich Friday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Priebe was the assisting hostess. Rev. S. M. Gladstone and Rev. Aten of Burt attended a Fort Dodge Presbyterian business meeting at Rolfe on Thursday evening. The Junior class play has been chosen, "Sound Your Horn" being the title. The cast of characters and date of presentation will be given later. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elvldge and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wistedt of Marshall, Minn., spent the week end at the Roy Jensen home. Twenty relatives attended a surprise mrty at the Frank Flaig home last Wednesday evening given in honor of Mrs. Plalg and her brother, Jim Ackerman's birthdays. The C. E. Householder family, Mr. and Mi's. Calvin Householder and their children and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Riedei home at Fenton. The following attended the County Federation of women's clubs held at ?enton last Tuesday: Mrs. N. L. Cot;on, Mrs. Harry Hobson, Mrs. Robert Padgett, Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. W. O. Flaig. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grubb and their daughter, Florence, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler and daughter, Dora, all of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson were Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Rogers home. Frank Macumber went to Waterloo last Tuesday being called there by the illness of his father who had the misfortune to be ran over by a car. Mrs Macumber received word of his death Friday and left for Waterloo to attend the .funeral. , .....•..•• Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn and their children who have been visiting at th J. M. Blanchard home, left Saturda: for Waterloo for a few days' visit and to attend the World's Fair. They expect to arrive at their home In Detroi by Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger and their daughter, Muriel and son, George Long, spent the week end In Waterloo, where they attended the Cattle Congress and also visited Mrs. Harry Tarbell and Mrs. Krueger's aunt, Mrs, Laura Mantor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained the following at a bridge party last Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen. H. J. Rice drove to Hampton Saturday to get Mrs. Rice, who spent the past week there. Mrs. L. R. Roderick accompanied him as far as Mason City where she will stay for a few weeks and help care for her mother, Mrs. Margaret Davison. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained at supper last Wednesday: Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Chet Alme and Ersel Blanehard. The honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Flynn. The following attended a party at the J. T. Cherland home Thursday evening given by the Seneca Luther league: Delma Rogers, Lillian Angus, James Hall, Dorothy and Vern Dacken, Sarah Whitehill, William and Cleo Hobson, ooila Jane and Vernon Hollls- ter. The Mother's club met at the home of Mrs. Glen Sharp Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Otis Sanders was assisting hostess. It was voted that the club Join the County Federation of Women's clubs. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jack Quinn with Mrs. Bob Padgett assisting. To reduce the danger from arseniii spray residue Is the purpose of an experiment now being conducted at Iowa State College on the cabbage maggot. The baseball team of Seneca played 1th Fenton Friday, losing with a score f 11 to 2. Mrs. J. D. Pederson and son, Adolph f Ringsted were Monday callers at the John Saunders home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner and on of Chicago arrived at the Mrs. E. M. Gardner home for an extended vis- t recently. Mrs. R. E. Saunders, Julia, Russel and Mrs. John Saunders and son, Jaccie Bruce, were visitors in Fairmont on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner re- urned home Wednesday after visiting 'or a few days with friends and rela- ives and attending the World's Fair. Mrs. Ja/nes Doocy attended the wedding of her cousin Geneva Delperdang of Bancroft who became the bride of Compare The Plymouth With any other car in the Low Price Field. That's all we ask. ELBERT Garage Dodge & Plymouth i i CALL Theatre, Algona PROGRAM OCTOBER 16-31 Uts the only "Western Electric Wide Range Station in Northern Iowa. That means more for your money! Upholstered seats—comfort. Headphone sets for hard of hearing patrons. New News—one day old. City service on features and short subjects. Tues. and Wed., WARNER BAXTER , MYRNA LOT Oct. 17-18 "PENTHOUSE" _, LIONEL BARRYMORE HELEN HAYES Tnurs. and Fn., CLARK GABLE JOHN BARRYMORE n«* in on ROBERT MONTGOMERY Oct. 19-20 "NIGHT FLIGHT" Saturday, RALPH BELLAMY FAY WRAY Oct. 21 "BELOW THE SEA" and Zane Grey's "Last Trail," Geo. O'Brien Silly Symphony and El Brendel Kit Carson Serial W ' °- FIELDS BABY LEROY ALLISON SKIPWORTH "TILLIE AND GUS" Technicolor Nertsery Rhymes— Laura] <fc Hardy Qii*t faun, Oct. 22-23 Tues and Wed *. uuo. C*UU VT GU. BRADY MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN Oct. 24-25 Thurs. and Fri., Oct. 26-27 Saturday, Oct. 28 Sunday, Oct. 29 Mon. and Tues., Oct. 30-31 r tt&rt\jfL\j J. ix/WJij iTcJj HEALY "STAGE MOTHEB" JEAN HARLOW LEE TRACY "BOMB SHELL" John Wayne in "TELEGRAPH TRAIL" And AL JOLSON in "HALLELUJAH I'M A BUM" MAURICE CHEVALIER ANN DVORAK "THE WAY TO LOVE" LESLIE HOWARD HEATHER ANGEL BERKELEY SQUARE" BB3XXOK8%&S^^ H W, POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tf We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt, , owa . Sales Books Finest Quality at Prices That Will Meet All Competition—Buy at Home! We liave been appointed Kossuth County representatives of the Cosby-Wirth Manifold Book Co., makers of finest sales books. We will appreciate a chance to submit a bid on any sales books of any, form that you may need. Algona Upper Des Moines

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